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The Legend if Rin Tin Tin

2011-10-09T15:20:28.923-06:00

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The Legend of Rin Tin Tin special!

Checkout this great video of a friend of mine invited to the opening of the Stock Exchange and Rin Tin Tin.



Best Friends Adopt a Black Pet and Save Lifes!!

2011-08-22T20:18:12.686-06:00

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Unconditional love is priceless, but you don’t have to go into the red to find it.
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During our “Back in Black” adoption promotion — from now until September 17th — you can adopt a beautiful black dog or cat for 50 percent off the adoption fee!

Black pets have so many kinds of different personalities. But they’re often overlooked for adoption. So “Back in Black” is all about encouraging people to give them a second look and a second chance.

With over 70 rescue groups and shelters participating all around the country, including Hawaii (and St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands), you’re bound to find the perfect match for you!
To find adoptable black pets near you, visit the Back in Black National Adoption Event page.

And, check out the nearly 150 gorgeous Best Friends black dogs and cats waiting to be your new best friend. In addition to half off adoption fees for all black cats and dogs at the Sanctuary, adoption fees for black pets in our Champion of Love program will be waived completely. Learn how to adopt today.





Pepsi Refresh - Train to Adopt Video

2011-07-20T00:16:00.771-06:00

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Checkout this amazing Video by PetFinder Foundation



ASPCA Adopt a Thon in Joplin a Huge Success

2011-07-15T00:20:00.385-06:00

(image) Adopt-a-Thon Helps Heal Joplin
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As you may know, the recent Adopt-a-Thon at the Joplin Humane Society was an enormous success. Thousands of people from 24 states visited our emergency shelter, and a whopping 739 animals were adopted!

The adopters included Miranda Scott and her family, who adopted a once-feral kitten, and Peggy Howe, who, along with her daughter, drove four hours from Topeka, Kansas, to rescue a puppy—though she was weak from undergoing cancer treatment.

This wonderful event never could have happened without your support. That’s why in this issue of News Alert, we’d like to thank you for what you’ve helped us accomplish—and share photos and stories from the adopt-a-thon that will have you breaking out the tissues.

It’s Fourth of July weekend; what better way to kick it off than with some heartwarming stories and photos of Americans pulling together for the animals—and people—of the Heartland?



Ruff Life Wine Tasting..National Mill Dog Rescue in Colorado Springs

2011-07-09T22:16:17.409-06:00

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Set your Calendars for Ruff Life Wine Tasting in Colorado Springs. When? August 5, 2011 from 6-9pm. Norris Penrose Event Center 1045 Lower Gold Camp Rd..come out for a great cause

They have been in existence since February of 2007 when Theresa rescued our founder, Lily, from Reedgate Kennels in Missouri. When Theresa got to the auction, Lily was sitting up in the back of her cage in the dark barn that she lived in. Lily was sitting on her back legs and rubbing her stomach with her front paws and looking Theresa square in the eyes and asking her for help.

Theresa knew that she couldn't leave the auction without Lily and said, "We may have come 800 miles for one dog." That wasn't the case as Lily was worn out, with a rotted jaw and mammary tumors along her entire left side. She brought 40 dollars. I wouldn't sell her for a million dollars. She's brought joy and love to my life from the day she got here.

On that day National Mill Dog Rescue began. We have pledged to put an end to the cruelty and evil of the commercial breeding industry. (Industry! Indeed.) Also more commonly known as puppy mills. We do this by educating the public about puppy mills and letting them know that buying dogs in a pet store is wrong. There are many reputable breeders and shelters from which to get dogs



Found Female White Terrier Westie Dog- Quincy/Wadsworth..Rude Owner & Bad Breeders 303-573-7912/720-323-6034

2011-07-05T14:38:59.856-06:00

(image) Lost Dog Get's Back To Her Home..Don't Think She Was Too Thrilled


**So I found this lovely dog this morning posted ads everywhere and was going to even put signs out for her. No collar, no chip no anything so wasn't ready to take to the shelter just yet.


**The owner Archie Garcia called and said it was his, great come pick it up. The next thing I know she didn't want to go with him, he was rude about having any information for the dog in case it got out next time and any advice I had (I operate a Stray dog rescue site and recover 3-5 dogs a year so I know a little) he proceeded to tell me off, tell me to buzz off and he didn't care!!


**Responsible dog owner...I don't think so! If you are a dog breeder Archie, which I assume you probably are, I would not have others buy dogs from you after risking the life of your dog and most importantly the puppies left behind for 24 hours while you were being so careless!!
Glad I could help save your dog thanks for being ungrateful

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-Small Female White Westie Found July 5th Morning near 8400 Block of West Union, near Quincy and Wadsworth area this morning
-Has a Buzz collar on
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Funniest Dog Video! Denver Has A Few Of Their Own As Well

2011-06-28T00:07:41.702-06:00

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Too Funny!



Denver's New Animal Shelter Is Finally Here!

2011-06-13T16:16:49.046-06:00

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Denver’s new animal shelter is open to the public after a big move over the weekend.
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I was lucky enough to see the new building during it's initial construction period and can't wait to get back to see it now that it's complete. Check them out and if you or a friend needs a pet, no better place to get one than the Denver Animal Shelter!


The new facility is 1241 West Bayaud Avenue near Interstate 25 and Alameda. It is more than twice as large as the old shelter. It features separate areas for lost pets and adoptions.

*Checkout Denverdaawg's Pet Rescue Forum we also started to help the less fortunate!
*If you need any Pet Care or Dog Walking assistance, feel free to call us












Denver Pet Activities, Events, Clinics or Dog Fairs..What's Going On This Summer?

2011-06-10T15:32:00.595-06:00

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Denver Pet Summer Events


Dumb Friends League Career Critter Camps
June 27-July 21: Four-day session camps for future animal advocates, veterinarians and behaviorists, ages 11-14 (6th through 8th grade). Participants explore careers in animal welfare and learn about pet safety, animal behavior and training. $200 for four-day session, fees benefit the Dumb Friends League. Financial aid available. 2080 S. Quebec St., 303-751-5772 ext. 7231, ddfl.org

Dumb Friends League Critter Camps
May 30-June 24 and July 25-Aug. 12: Week-long camp for ages 8-11 (3rd through 5th grade). Children learn animal welfare and responsible pet ownership. $250 per week, fees benefit the Dumb Friends League. Financial aid available. 2080 S. Quebec St., 303-751-5772 ext. 7231, ddfl.org

Eagle's Nest Owl's Roost Environmental Day Camp
June-July: Colorado State University Extension Jefferson County camp for children entering 4th and 5th grades. Explore Colorado's natural and cultural history through hands-on outdoor activities. Weekly camps June 6-July 15 and 4-H Jr. Science Explorers, ages 8-10, June 27- July 1 and July 11-15. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday. $155 per week, financial aid available. 303-271-6620, jeffcoextension



Thanks to the Denver Post for the Listings
Read more: Colorado Summer Camps 2011: Day Camps - The Denver Post http://www.denverpost.com/style/ci_17613431?source=pop#ixzz1OXB7WAG8




Denver Animal Shelter
DenverGrand Opening of new Denver Animal Shelter
Saturday, June 11 10:00a Event



MaxFund Cat Adoption Center
DenverMaxfund Celebrates Its 23RD Anniversary with...
Saturday, June 18 1:00p Event



Scruffy Murphy's
DenverCANCELLED: Pints for Pussycats
Saturday, June 11 8:00p Event



Denver Merchandise Mart
DenverDenver Pet Expo
Saturday, Aug 20 10:00a Event



Wash Park
DenverMaxFund's 15th Annual Lucky Mutt Strut
Sunday, June 26 7:30a Event



Washington Park
DenverVPI K9K Pet Cancer Awareness Walk
Sunday, July 10 8:00a Event



Piatti
DenverRocky Mountain Feline Rescue Restaurant Night
Monday, June 6 4:00p Event


Denver Elks Club
DenverFreedom Service Dogs Beer Tasting & Silent...
Saturday, July 2 2:00p









L.A. Pet Super Adoption, a Rookie’s Perspective-Best Friends Org

2011-06-05T11:04:00.151-06:00

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L.A. Pet Super Adoption, a Rookie’s Perspective
May 25, 2011, Story Link
By David Dickson, Best Friends staff writer

'Super' is an understatement when it comes to 284 (and counting) animals finding new homes during two-day event

Having worked as a writer at Best Friends for several years now, I’ve heard an awful lot about the L.A. Pet Super Adoption events. Yet, I’ve never actually attended. Well, this past May 21 and 22, I finally made it down, and let me tell you something: Hearing about it from afar is nothing whatsoever like being there in person.

Before heading to L.A., I had a pretty solid handle on one particular detail: This event is big. Perhaps a little perspective on the area will help. Los Angeles County is the most populated county in the United States, has been for decades. In fact, on its own, Los Angeles County has more people than 42 of the 50 states.

When you have those kind of numbers to pull from, it’s a no-brainer why there are so many castaway animals in need of homes! Sure enough, close to 1,300 animals showed up from 18 shelters and approximately 50 rescue groups, each ready to find his or her own happy ever after. I had all this in my head conceptually before heading down. So yes, I was prepared for big. Instead, I should have been prepared for massive! There’s something entirely different about seeing it with your own eyes.



Denver Area Dog Walking & Pet Care Specials! Englewood-Littleton-Lakewood-Wash Park

2011-05-31T22:52:25.650-06:00

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Call us today for our Summer Pet Visit Specials...1st Visit Free!!

"We Have a Few Spots Left...Call Us Today & Come Home To A Happy Pet"

DENVERDAAWG PET CARE denvdaawg@hotmail.com • 303-884-4294 http://www.denverpet.net IN-HOME PET VISITS • DOG WALKS • HOUSE CHECKS•


Denverdaawg Pet Care is the friendly neighborhood pet care specialist! Whether you are going on vacation, a business trip, or just spending long hours at the office, Denverdaawg Pet Sitting is here for you. We provide a variety of attentive services for ANY pet, from private dog walks and park adventures, to cage-free in-home sitting, private boarding and day care as well as cat play.We'll keep a watchful eye on your home, bring in the newspapers and mail, water the plants and keep everything safe while you're away! And of course we're fully licensed, bonded and insured for your peace of mind.

Denverdaawg Pet Sitting offers loving, attentive pet care, professionally trained and includes references so you can be sure your pets are well taken care of and given the extra TLC they need while you are gone.Best of all, we are situated in your local neighborhood. No more having to call around or stay home because your sitter wasn't available. One call to us is all it takes to line up professional pet care in your area. For more information visit us on the web at http://www.denverpet.net/ , contact us via email at denvdaawg@hotmail.com , or call us. We look forward to meeting you and your furry, feathered friends soon! Denverdaawg Pet Sitting is a Licensed, Bonded and Insured business.



Denver Summer Pet Events, Fundraiser and More Dog Walking!

2011-05-19T16:00:58.406-06:00

(image) Denver Dumb Friends Furry Scurry

It was another great turnout for Denver's Furry Scurry Event! With close to 13,000 participants and $1,000,000 raised, there's going to be a bunch of happy Pooches.



(image) Plenty of blue shirts around thanks to all the voluneteers who came out it was a hige hit and lot's of money raised to help the less fortunate pets out there.



(image) Can't wait to do it again next year! Contact us for any of your Pet Needs, whether dog walking or Cat sitting.

Denver's Summer Pet Events







Ultimate Dog Tease, Funny Dog Video

2011-05-10T10:48:00.261-06:00

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Summer Denver Dog Walking Specials & Pet Events..Washington Park, Englewood, Littleton, Lakewood to Capitol Hill!!

2011-05-10T00:45:34.372-06:00

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Denver's Summer Events
Denver Post Link



June Yappy Hour Fundraiser
Friday, June 3 6:30p
City Bark Doggie Day Care, Denver
City Bark (a Doggie Day Care) and Duo Dogs (Duo Marketing & PR’s Doggie Social Group) host the June Yappy Hour Fundraiser. MaxFund's 15th Annual Lucky Mutt Strut

Sunday, June 26 7:30a
Wash Park, Denver
MaxFund, a No-Kill Animal Shelter and Adoption Center, announces their 15th Annual Lucky Mutt Strut, a two-mile run/walk event in Washington Park on Sunday, June 26. Mutts & Models: The Fundraiser for Underprivileged Pets

Saturday, May 21 6:30p
EXDO Event Center, Denver
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Mutts & Models is Denver’s premiere canine and celebrity fashion show. 16th Annual UPHA Almost Summer Horse Show

Friday, June 17 10:00a
National Western Events Center, Denver
2 sess daily, 10:00AM/6:00PM Fri/Sat; 10:00AM;2:00PM Sun. Sponsor United Professional Horsemen’s Association. 2011 Botanic Bow Wow

Saturday, May 21 8:00a
Denver Botanic Gardens, Denver
Come to this fun event that is geared toward man’s best friend! This dog-centric affair features pet-friendly vendors, informational booths and enough treat stations to keep tails wagging th Class For Ages 4-5: Playful Pets

Tuesday, June 14 10:00a
Denver Art Museum, Denver
Who's your favorite pet in the museum? How about that dog from Mexico? Or the horse from Montana? The Egyptian cat? Dumb Friends League Pet Calendar Contest

Tuesday, May 10 7:00a
Denver Dumb Friends League, Denver
Enter your pet’s photo in the Dumb Friends League's annual pet calendar contest! See your pet featured in the 2012 calendar, get a free calendar and help homeless pets. CatFest at the Dumb Friends League

Saturday, July 9 10:00a
Denver Dumb Friends League, Denver
Catfest 2011 will feature adoptable cats and kittens, demonstrations and a purebred cat exhibition. Patrons may shop for cat-related merchandise at the Meow Market, and children may enjoy face Find a $50 home entertainment system or personal trainer at the Dumb Friends League!

Thursday, June 30 11:00a
Denver Dumb Friends League, Denver
Through June 30, adoption fees will be reduced to $50 for adult cats and dogs as well as kittens and puppies at both the Quebec Street shelter in Denver and the Buddy Center in Castle Rock. Walk For Lupus Now

Sunday, May 22 9:00a
Pavilion at City Park, Denver
Join the Lupus Foundation of America (LFA) Wa



Maxfund Lucky Strut Pet Fundraiser!

2011-05-05T10:41:08.473-06:00

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About Lucky Mutt Strut & MaxFund



Event Link

Who are YOU walking for?
MaxFund’s Lucky Mutt Strut June 26th, 2011

What is the Lucky Mutt Strut?
MaxFund’s Lucky Mutt Strut is our way to “Make Trax for Max!”
You’ve heard of the Furry Scurry, right? It’s the largest dog-walk in the nation. The Lucky Mutt Strut is a smaller version, but with the same idea and outcome: Raise money for homeless animals.




In this, our 15th year of the Lucky Mutt Strut, we are proud to remember our very first strut which, at that point was Rover’s Romp – not the Lucky Mutt Strut. It was a small gathering of about 50 close friends and supporters of MaxFund, Racine’s provided some wonderful brownies and we went for coffee and bagels to warm-up afterward, compliments of King Soopers. The Romp took place in Wash Park, just like today’s Lucky Mutt Strut, but we’ve grown quite a bit from our humble beginnings!

What happened on the day of Rover’s Romp was a great beginning to what happens this June 26th, 2011 when we celebrate our 15th year of strutting: we get out there and make Trax for Max!
· 2 mile walk for animal owners and lovers alike
· Celebrates MaxFund – Denver’s No-Kill Shelter
· Raises money for the kids of MaxFund
· A fun afternoon of picnicking and meeting friends, old and new
· Meeting local vendors who provide samples and information of their products and services


Why MaxFund?

In 1988 our namesake, Max, was hit by a car and suffered two broken legs. He was left by the side of the road to fend for himself. A young woman found him and brought him to the local vet where Max stayed for 10 days…no one claimed him as their own. Dr. Bill Suro, who owned a vet hospital at the time where he & his wife Nanci both worked, decided to take in Max, injured and suffering.

Max required five surgeries, and eight weeks of hospitalization. There was a lot of pain as well as weeks of physical therapy and rehab. Through all of it thought, Max never lost his amazing attitude.
A fishbowl was placed on the counter of the vet hospital with “The Max Fund” taped to it and a yard sale was held to raise money for his treatment as well. Max was a favorite of the staff and clients alike. After two months, Max was able to be discharged and was adopted by Dr. John Joseph, one of the vets who had taken great care of him during his hospitalization.
The happy ending to Max’s story was the happy beginning of the MaxFund. The money that was left over from the fish bowl and yard sale was used as the initial start-up money for the MaxFund – an organization dedicated to injured animals with no known owners (like Max).
Thanks to MaxFund, over 25,000 animals have been helped and given a true “second leash on life”!



Denver's Furry Scurry is Close! Pet Fundraiser Day at Washington Park

2011-05-05T10:32:36.243-06:00

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The Furry Scurry is this Saturday! On May 7, Washington Park will be filled with Furry Scurry fun. Register now so you don’t miss this exciting event. Stop by our sponsors' booths for fun giveaways and shop the Flealess Market for unique items for you and your pets. Not only will we have Colorado Disc Dogs and the Ruff Flyball Club in our demo ring but now there’s even more entertainment to enjoy. Live music by The Give will be in the meadow west of the Flealess Market. Bring your dog and come bark along after you’ve finished the walk.

Of course, everything that’s being planned to make the Furry Scurry the best celebration of pets and people anywhere has one main goal—to help the hundreds of cats, dogs and small critters that are at our shelters right now, waiting for happy homes. Among them are 52 dogs that we took in a few weeks ago, victims of an animal hoarder who had neglected them for years. They are getting all the love they’ve missed, plus the medical care they need to turn their lives around. Read their story here and be even more inspired to take part in the Furry Scurry, our premier fundraising event of the year.

You can register online or at our Quebec Street shelter until 5 p.m. on Friday. Registration opens at the park on event day at 7 a.m. Event Link







Ohio Canine Hoarding Victims Arrive at ASPCA Partner Shelters

2011-04-27T07:45:00.659-06:00

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After we helped bring the canines to a temporary shelter and provide critical care, an ASPCA team completed individual behavior evaluations. The dogs were then ready for placement, and nearly 200 found spots in Ohio. The ASPCA began placing the others through our network of partner shelters in the North and Southeast.




Denver Area Summer Dog Walking & Pet Care-Washington Park, Englewood, Littleton & Lakewood

2011-07-05T00:05:04.019-06:00

(image) Summer Pet Fun

Yes it's Here, Summer has officially arrived and the heat is on! The cool spring weather is gone and we can see cars sizzle, the atmosphere ripple with heat waves, and colors baked right out of signs and posters.

Temperatures are skirting with triple digits, keep a wary eye on your pets, who are just as susceptible to heat stroke and sunburn as you are.

The normal body temperature for dogs and cats is much higher than our own, between 101 and 103 degrees. Usually, their fur coats have their own cooling systems, but in this weather, sometimes that is just not good enough, said Carla Thompson, veterinarian at Paisano Animal Clinic.

Animals are more prone to heat stroke, dehydration, sunburn and dangerous negligence.

Heat stoke is the biggest problem, "and that can be fatal," Thompson said.

If your pet is overheating and is possibly in mortal danger, the animal would be panting heavily, unresponsive and hot to the touch.

The condition causes the tongue and other mucus membranes to become red and it causes the dog to be unsteady, vomit and have bloody diarrhea. Body temperature goes up to over 106 degrees and the episode can end in a coma or death. "Cats are no less at risk," Thompson said.



Denver Pet Expo Events! Pet Training, News, Products and Health Info

2011-04-21T14:18:00.281-06:00

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COME WITH OR WITHOUT YOUR PET

If you love pets than you need to visit the Rocky Mountain Pet Expo where you'll find: * Pet entertainment

* Pet friendly vendors like: -Veterinarian Hospitals and Clinics -Pet Food & Pet Treat Manufacturers -Pet care -Retail Pet Stores -Pet Adoptions -Humane Societies -Cat Spay and Neuter Services -Non-Profit Pet Organizations -Pet Products & Services -Trainers -Pet boarding resorts and kennels -In-Home Pet Care and Pet Sitting Companies and more! * Stage entertainment like: -Pet fashion show featuring the latest in fashion and bling for your pets -Benefits of organic pet food -Behavioral specialists and more!

LINK All under one woof! Sunday, May 1, 2011 10am - 6pm National Western Complex 4655 Humboldt Street, Denver, CO 80216 Adults (at the door): $7 Children 12 and under: FREE




Denverdaawg Pet Care Here To Help! Englewood & Littleton Dog Walking, Pet News & Pet Health Info

2011-06-20T15:42:59.141-06:00

**FOR NEW CLIENTS BOOK 4 PET VISITS AND GET THE 1st FREE

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"We Have a Few Spots Left...Call Us Today & Come Home To A Happy Pet"

DENVERDAAWG PET CARE
denvdaawg@hotmail.com • 3o3-884-4294 http://www.denverpet.net

IN-HOME PET VISITS • DOG WALKS • HOUSE CHECKS•
Denverdaawg Pet Care is the friendly neighborhood pet care specialist! Whether you are going on vacation, a business trip, or just spending long hours at the office, Denverdaawg Pet Sitting is here for you. We provide a variety of attentive services for ANY pet, from private dog walks and park adventures, to cage-free in-home sitting, private boarding and day care as well as cat play.We'll keep a watchful eye on your home, bring in the newspapers and mail, water the plants and keep everything safe while you're away! And of course we're fully licensed, bonded and insured for your peace of mind.


Denverdaawg Pet Sitting offers loving, attentive pet care, professionally trained and includes references so you can be sure your pets are well taken care of and given the extra TLC they need while you are gone.Best of all, we are situated in your local neighborhood. No more having to call around or stay home because your sitter wasn't available. One call to us is all it takes to line up professional pet care in your area. For more information visit us on the web at http://www.denverpet.net , contact us via email at denvdaawg(at)hotmail.com, or call us.We look forward to meeting you and your furry, feathered friends soon! Denverdaawg Pet Sitting is a Licensed, Bonded and Insured business. References Available! We are Proud members of NAAPS & Pet Sitters International

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Fido Finder Here To Help Find Lost Pets!

2011-04-17T14:18:44.191-06:00

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Fido Finder is the largest public database of lost and found dogs. Lost dog owners and lost dog finders can post classified ads, search listings, print posters, and receive automated email notifications when matching dogs are registered on the website. Start by searching our lost or found dog listings, then proceed to register your lost or found dog to add the dog to our database and begin receiving email updates. more details. Website Link



Denverdaawg's Pet's Having Fun!

2011-04-07T16:09:38.537-06:00

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My Dog Boca and a friend's dog Milo having a great time playing over the weekend! These two dog's definitely know the meaning of having fun and enjoyed three days of playing at my house.




Metro Denver Area Dog Walking, Cat Sitting and Pet Care! Congress Park, Lowry, Capitol Hill, Englewood, Uptown, Washington Park, Cherry Creek

2011-04-12T15:37:33.751-06:00

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"We Have a Few Spots Left...Call Us Today & Come Home To A Happy Pet" DENVERDAAWG PET CARE denvdaawg@hotmail.com • 303-884-4294

http://www.denverpet.net/ IN-HOME PET VISITS • DOG WALKS • HOUSE CHECKS• Denverdaawg Pet Care is the friendly neighborhood pet care specialist! Whether you are going on vacation, a business trip, or just spending long hours at the office, Denverdaawg Pet Sitting is here for you. We provide a variety of attentive services for ANY pet, from private dog walks and park adventures, to cage-free in-home sitting, private boarding and day care as well as cat play.We'll keep a watchful eye on your home, bring in the newspapers and mail, water the plants and keep everything safe while you're away! And of course we're fully licensed, bonded and insured for your peace of mind. Denverdaawg Pet Sitting offers loving, attentive pet care, professionally trained and includes references so you can be sure your pets are well taken care of and given the extra TLC they need while you are gone.Best of all, we are situated in your local neighborhood. No more having to call around or stay home because your sitter wasn't available. One call to us is all it takes to line up professional pet care in your area. For more information visit us on the web at http://www.denverpet.net , contact us via email at denvdaawg@hotmail.com, or call us.We look forward to meeting you and your furry, feathered friends soon! Denverdaawg Pet Sitting is a Licensed, Bonded and Insured business. References Available! We are Proud members of NAAPS & Pet Sitters International (image) **CHECKOUT OUR DENVER DOG WALKING BLOG ALSO: http://denverdogwalking.blogspot.com/


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Patrick Life is Spared! Death Was So Close For An Abandoned Dog

2011-04-04T20:48:26.156-06:00

(image) Poor Patrick Found in A Trash Bin


Article Link Please sign the petition
The depths to which human depravity can sink, as illustrated by this story and gutwrenching pictures can shock even those of us who have seen the worst of the worst. (image)


The misery, pain and callousness inflicted by humans is more than can be understood by most people. It's accepted that many people do not like animals or dogs or pit bulls in particular. However, the heartless manner in which a dying animal is tossed away like garbage is not only reprehensible but the increase that we have seen indicates a downward spiral of compassion, moral fiber and ethics. The 22 story apartment building is equipped with garbage chutes on each floor for tenants.


Someone had no more use for this dog. They had starved it to near death, put it in a garbage bag and threw it down the garbage chute. A maintenance worker cleans out the bin every few days and on Wednesday, March 16th, they were cleaning out the contents of the container to go directly into a trash compacter. The bag moved a little and the worker opened it to find a moribund dog inside -- pathetically thin, cold and near death. title="YouTube video player" height="390" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/rYm7irMrlF4" frameborder="0" width="440">




Denver Colorado's New Alternative Renewable Energy Site! Top News, Conferences, Companies, Tips and What's Happening Around the State

2011-04-19T17:21:46.236-06:00

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Alternative Energy in Colorado is ever present and on the rise. As a way to reduce your costs, we recommend you explore the use of alternative/renewal energy sources such as wind or solar systems for your electrical needs.